Earlier this week, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar touched down in Central America, eager to spread the word of Jesus around town.
But while that may remain their goal, many users of the Internet have responded to Instagram photos of the couple in Honduras with a few words of their own.
And most of them are pretty darn negative.
"We have arrived in Central America and we are so excited about what the Lord is doing here! Thank you for all your prayers!" reads the caption to the above photo on the official Duggar Family Instagram page.
Based on the image above, it looks like Jim Bob and Michelle have been joined on their trip by Jana, James, Jennifer and also a few friends.
They standing in front of a sign that reads, “Bienvenidos A Honduras,” which translates to "Welcome To Honduras."
Are they really welcome in this country, however?
That's the main topic up for debate online.
“Please leave the locals alone. They have their religion,” one fan wrote, afraid that the Duggars were swooping into the region and hoping to convert those who reside there.
“This is just nuts," another person hilariously added.
Others, meanwhille, wondered what missionary work the Duggars could possible be doing in Honduras, which is already a predominantly Christian nation.
“I don’t understand missionary work in already Christian countries. What do they do?” a user asked.
And still another replied: “Try to convert people to the ‘proper’ form of Christianity. It’s crazy.”
And another: "It’s that time of year again to go and try and push their religion on Catholics with a little bit of poverty tourism."
Then there's the individual who is very concerned that the Duggars are trying to bring poor people back to the United States with them:
Altogether, the Comments section alongside these Duggar photos is pretty ugly.
And pretty diverse.
There are anti-Donald Trump and there's praise for Jim Bob and Michelle's actions and there's basically everything in between.
For whatever it's worth, this is not the first time the Duggars have traveled to Central America to spread their version of the word of Jesus. Christ.
Back in the day, Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard actually lived in El Salvador with their son, Israel, to do missionary work.
Also, Jinger Duggar and her now-husband Jeremy Vuolo started courting shortly after a ministry trip to Central America in 2015.
This is basically a family tradition.
But should it be?
That's the question.
It's also worth noting that we don't know exactly what the Duggars are doing down there at the moment.
All we know is they have, like, a million kids between them and they helped protect a child molestor in the form of Josh Duggar and maybe that should be more of a concern than a trip to Honduras.
Are are just saying.